Ancient Mysteries - Puma Punku in Tiahuanaco

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PostFri Apr 16, 2010 2:57 am » by Newearthman


This is just a sneak peak from a thread that I will be releasing in a day or two.
You can get a sneak peak of it here: http://www.newearthman.hostei.com/index.php?news&nid=38
If not the final version will be here shortly!
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PostFri Apr 16, 2010 4:22 am » by Newearthman


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PostFri Apr 16, 2010 5:06 am » by -Marduk-


Puma Punku in Tiahuanaco

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Tiahuanacu (also called Tiwanaku) is a mystery because of its age (estimated to be 17,000 years) and the peculiar stone technology. Today there is little doubt that Tiahuanaco was a major sacred ceremonial centre and focal point of a culture that spread across much of the region. The ancient people built a stone pyramid known as the Akapana.


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When first discovered the pyramid was largely covered with soil. After several decades of excavation some of the walls have been uncovered and treasure hunters opened a depression in the top. This was built originally to open towards the east. The dark line across the lower part of the picture is the railway line from a lakeside port to La Paz, the Bolivian capital. The rectangular outline just 'above and to the left ' of the Akapana is a terreplein. known as the Kalasasaya. The lighter patch with an indistinct outline 'above' the Akapana is where an excavated semi-subterranean 'temple' has been discovered. Other features are visible but most of the 'patches' are fields. The upper part of the picture is crossed by the road from the the village of Tiwanaku leading eastwards to La Paz. (taken from 'Pathways to the Gods' by Tony Morrison 1978).

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Gateway of the Sun, Tiahuanaco

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Entrance to Kalasayaya temple, Tiahuanaco, Bolivia

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Dat structure dominates the bottom half of this aerial photo.


Pumapunku (Puma Punka)
Sis is another 'temple area' with many finely cut stones some weighing over 100 tonnes. Its position to the south of the Akapana may have been important because
it gave a good view to a sacred mountain far to the east. Of course there is no certainty that this was the reason as the ancient builders left no written records.
All the legends have been handed down through the generations.

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Puma Punku ruins, Tiahuanaco, Bolivia

Puma Punku, truly startles the imagination. It seems to be the remains of a great wharf (for Lake Titicaca long ago lapped upon the shores of Tiahuanaco) and a massive, four-part, now collapsed building. One of the construction blocks from which the pier was fashioned weighs an estimated 440 tons (equal to nearly 600 full-size cars) and several other blocks laying about are between 100 and 150 tons. The quarry for these giant blocks was on the western shore of Titicaca, some ten miles away. There is no known technology in all the ancient world that could have transported stones of such massive weight and size. The Andean people of 500 AD, with their simple reed boats, could certainly not have moved them. Even today, with all the modern advances in engineering and mathematics, we could not fashion such a structure.

How were these monstrous stones moved and what was their purpose?
Posnansky suggested an answer, based upon his studies of the astronomical alignments of Tiahuanaco, but that answer is considered so controversial, even impossible, that it has been ignored and censured by the scientific community for fifty years.

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Carved stone block at Puma Punku. This precision-made 6 mm wide
groove contains equidistant, drilled holes. It seems impossible that this
cuts were made with use of stone or copper tools.


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The so-called Gate of the Sun seen at the back side.
Made of one piece of hard rock. Possibly it was a part of a large wall.


Puma Punku doesn’t look impressive: a hill as remains of an old pyramid and
a large number of megalithic block of stone on the ground, evidently smashed by a devastating earthquake. However, closer inspection shows that these stone blocks have been fabricated with a very advanced technology. Even more surprising
is the technical design of these blocks shown in the drawing below.
All blocks fit together like interlocking building blocks.

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A wall of the Akapana, the pyramid of Tiahuanacu, shows similar modular design.
Blocks that are piled one on top of the other but the underside of the upper stone is cut at an angle. The top of the standing stone is cut at the same angle, as shown on the figure below.

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Sis stone technology plainly contradicts what official archaeology suggests about the general state of development of the ancient peoples of South-America.

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"Die Ruinenstätte von Tiahuanaco im Hochlande des alten Peru"
(The Ruins of Tiahuanaco in the Highlands of Ancient Peru)
1892 book about Tiahanaco written by two German
discoverers and engineers Alphons Stübel and Max Uhle
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PostFri Apr 16, 2010 5:44 am » by Newearthman


I will have to add some of this to my report :rtft: :flop:
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PostFri Apr 16, 2010 10:11 am » by Pindz


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PostFri Apr 16, 2010 3:17 pm » by Kingz


Great Post NewEarthman! Puma Punku is in my opinion one of the most awe inspiring places in the world :flop:

Here are some pics I have on my computer:

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Look forward to the rest of your post... I saw the rest on your website... :obsessed: :o Awsome job mate! :cheers:
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PostFri Aug 13, 2010 4:29 am » by Newearthman


This work was done by an advanced race of beings...
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